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mysqldump error 1194 table is marked as crashed - Best Fixes ?


This article covers methods to resolve the mysqldump error 1194 for our customers. Generally database administrators use MySQL tables to store some important files along with their professional data or records. Though users store their important data but they are unaware of the situation that they can also lose their important data some day when the database gets corrupt or damaged. 

When MySQL database gets corrupted then it displays several error messages, one such error is "ERROR 1194 (HY000): Table 'table_name' is marked as crashed and should be repaired". And this error is very annoying so its very important to fix MySQL error 1194 as soon as you can.


Main causes of MySQL Error 1194:

  • Due to sudden system shutdown.
  • Virus/malware infection.
  • File system corruption after the newly installed program like hardware or software.

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mysqldump error 1146 table doesn't exist – Fix it Now ?


This article covers methods to resolve mysqldump: Got error: 1146: Table doesn't exist. To fix this error, you can simply save the database and dump it with innodb_force_recovery option. Most InnoDB corruptions are hardware-related. Corrupted page writes can be caused by power failures or bad memory. The issue also can be caused by using network-attached storage (NAS) and allocating InnoDB databases on it.

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MySQLdump: Got error: 1044 when selecting the database - Fix it Now ?


This article covers methods to resolve MySQLdump: Got error: 1044 when selecting the database. 

When this error happens, you will get an error message such as this:

mysqldump: Got error: 1044: Access denied for user ‘root’@’localhost’ to database ‘information_schema’ when using LOCK TABLES


To fix this MySQLdump error: 

1. You can pass the –single-transaction option to mysqldump command:

$ mysqldump --single-transaction -u user -p DBNAME > backup.sql

2. Also, you can simply grant LOCK TABLES to your user:

$ mysql -u root -p

And type:

mysql> GRANT SELECT,LOCK TABLES ON DBNAME.* TO 'username'@'localhost';

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